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Suzuki powers Canadiens past Golden Knights

Montreal Canadiens v Vegas Golden Knights - Game Five Photo by Sam Morris/Getty Images

Nick Suzuki had a goal and two assists, and Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Eric Staal, and Cole Caufield scored for the Montreal Canadiens, who are now just one win from their first appearance in the Stanley Cup Final since 1993 after last night’s impressive 4-1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena. Carey Price turned aside 26 shots for the Habs.

Former Canadien Max Pacioretty notched the only goal for Golden Knights 4:09 into the third period. Marc-Andre Fleury made 22 saves in his return to the Vegas net after Robin Lehner stopped 27 shots in Sunday’s 2-1 overtime victory in Game 4.

Former Florida Panthers Jonathan Marchessault and Reilly Smith have yet to light the lamp in the series.

More postgame coverage at Eyes On The Prize and Knights On Ice

Tonight’s game

Tampa Bay Lightning at New York Islanders 8 p.m. NBCSN (Tampa Bay leads 3-2)

Get your pregame on at Raw Charge and Lighthouse Hockey

LBC Poll

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Lamoriello wins GM of the Year

Lou Lamoriello of the New York Islanders was named the winner of the Jim Gregory General Manager of the Year Award for the second straight season on Tuesday. Florida GM Bill Zito, who received four first place votes, finished third behind Lamoriello and Montreal’s Marc Bergevin.

Recent Signings

Veteran forward Blake Comeau signed a one-year, $1 million contract extension to remain with the Dallas Stars. (Defending Big D)

The San Jose Sharks inked forward Matt Nieto to a two-year, contract extension with an average annual value of $850K. (The Mercury News)

Forward Laurent Dauphin signed a one-year, two-way contract extension to remain with the Montreal Canadiens. (Eyes On The Prize)